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Why are there differences in the Gospels? (with Dr. Mike Licona)

Are the Gospels hopelessly contradictory and historically unreliable? I brought on Dr. Mike Licona to take this head on with his years of scholarly research in the New Testament. Dr. Mike Licona is associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist... Continue Reading →

The Central Role of Imagination in Christianity (with Dr. Holly Ordway)

Imagination is critically important today in our present apologetics endeavor. "Imaginative apologetics seeks to harness the God-given faculty of imagination to work in cooperation with reason, to open a way for the work of the Holy Spirit to guide the... Continue Reading →

How the Fear of Death Drives Us (with Dr. Clay Jones)

"For many, death is terrifying. We try to live as long as possible while hoping that science will find a way to allow us to live, if not forever, then at least a very long time." Clay Jones, a professor... Continue Reading →

Rethinking 10 Christian Clichés to Rediscover Biblical Truths (with Dr. Jeff Myers)

Do any of these sound familiar? God is good all the time; all the time, God is good.Love the sinner, hat the sin.Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.Just have faith.It's not my place to judge. What if these statements... Continue Reading →

4 Ways Christianity is Unique

https://youtu.be/y_8BljXbd6M Watch the full talk by Dr. Craig Hazen here.

What should you say when Jehovah’s Witnesses come to your door? (with Tim Barnett)

Next time Jehovah's Witnesses show up at your door, my challenge to you is to stay a little while. Being prepared often removes the fear that stops us from engaging and helps us achieve the goal of sharing Christ (instead... Continue Reading →

When Christians Give a Good God a Bad Reputation (with Mary Jo Sharp)

Why would anyone be a Christian when there is so much hypocrisy in the church? Mary Jo Sharp is a former atheist who is now an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University and the founder and director of... Continue Reading →

How should Christians view singleness and marriage? (with Neal Hardin)

Christians are better able to love one another when we have a better understanding of the theology of singleness and marriage. Listen this week as we dive into the topic of singleness. Neal Hardin graduated with MA in Theology from... Continue Reading →

Where do doubts often come from?

We must first diagnose the problem before knowing the solution. The same is true when it comes to doubts. Where do they come from? This must first be answered so we know how to properly deal with doubt. YouTube Podcast... Continue Reading →

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